The Big Bang Theory: Season 6
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The CalTech geniuses of The Big Bang Theory return for season six after being thrown for a bell curve in the phenomenally funny fifth season of the hit show. In “TV’s top-rated comedy” (New York Post), Leonard has to “debug” his relationship with Penny once more after accidentally proposing to her in the heat of the moment, while Sheldon, Howard, and Raj continue to discover the feminine mystique is something that cannot be easily graphed or calculated. With even greater personal contact with his not girlfriend but “friend-who-happens-to-be-a-girl” Amy Farrah Fowler, Sheldon might have to make even more begrudging amendments to his “Relationship Agreement” while Raj continues to look for a girl as nice as Siri, and Howard gets ready for splashdown in both his NASA space travels and wedding to the spirited Bernadette.]]>
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Okay, technically she was seen at the end of season 5 with the zoom-out satellite view of Howard and Bernadette's wedding on the rooftop of Sheldon, Leonard, and Penny's apartment building, but if you can spot her, your eyes are sharper than mine.
Howard and Bernadette's relationship begins to intensify after the former returns from his NASA space mission; he starts to bond with Bernadette's father while figuring out why his own father left him behind.
While the Leonard/Penny and Sheldon/Amy storylines consume most of the show, it is Raj that seems to grow the most in this season as he goes from essentially the friend in need to having his own lengthy romantic storyline. Although Raj does not get the girl in the need, he conquers his fear of talking to women when he talks to Penny (without the aid of alcohol) in the season finale.
Two episodes stand out. The first is the one where Howard and Sheldon have a dispute over a parking spot at the school; I won't spoil the episode for you, but it is a must watch, and the second is the boys' trip to a sci-fi convention which doesn't go as planned.
The extras are also great - the cast actually communicate with a member of NASA directly from space in one extra which is quite breathtaking.
My wife and I own all the existing seasons on DVD and have watched them from Series 1, Episode 1 all the way through several times... they just never get old. In addition to the often hysterical humor, the developing dynamics between the characters - especially after Bernadette and Amy joined the show - are both funny and often very touching. In particular, the relationship between Leonard and Penny is at times actually quite moving in its sweetness and depth, and you really WANT these two to stay together (they're the loves of each others' lives, despite their differences). Similarly, there are moments of genuine tenderness between Sheldon and Amy which catch you unawares amid the humor.
It's a quirky, original, smart, fun show where you learn to genuinely love and care about the characters, and the script-writing has kept it surprisingly fresh for all these years. If I could pick a single sit-com to take to a desert island, I wouldn't hesitate: Big Bang Theory is my favorite TV comedy of all time. Long may it run.
The show brings a cast of intelligent educated adults with graduate degrees and a farm girl college community dropout, Penny, trying to make it in California as an actress stuck in the middle. The ongoing differences between Sheldon an intellectual physicist by definition and Penny make the show what it is. Putting an analitcal, intellegent, "evolved" (as he calls himself, person whom doest not crave human innate desires such as human contact and without a doubt intimacy, in the same room with a free spirit aspiring actress true to her innate desires, is the recipe for humor.
Amy Farafauller (Bialik), an intellegent neuerolgist, whom essentially is Sheldon's female equivalent, high school's desires of befriending the pretty girl in school comes to a reality when meeting Penny. Dialoges between her and Penny also make for good humor.
The friendship between adults (Sheldon, Amy and Penny), whom where complete opposite of another in high school respectively, creates an amusing, humerus dynamic.
The only thing bad thing about season six is Wolowitz leaving behind his bacholors days and hanging with Kutropoli, which brought the show's humer down a notch. Wolowitz is personality as bachelor made humerus contributions to the show no longer seen now as a husband. on the upside Kutropoli now speaks without the use of Wolowitz, since they no loger are hang out arm to arm. Its good to see him speak out.
Chuck Lore is a genius bringing us unconvetional shows like the Big Bang and Two and Half Man.
Howard goes into space, & his training is one of the funniest genius of comicdom you have got to see. The writers, & the actors, entire Cast & Crew have pulled out all the stops, with Season Six, Are in top form, & beginning to show actors chops, who deserve the accolades they all get!! -Lov BB!!